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Nepal Cubensis Mushroom Spores: In Nepal’s Chitwan National Park, at the base of the Himalayas, a strain of magic mushrooms was discovered. Medium-sized magic mushroom fruits are produced by Psilocybe Cubensis Nepal Chitwan, which also quickly colonizes substrate and casing.
10 ml of the magic mushroom Nepal Chitwan spore solution are contained in the Psilocybe Cubensis Vial. Included are a sterile syringe, an alcohol swab, and instructions.
The strain of Nepal Cubensis Mushroom Spores
The premium Nepal mushrooms spore syringe microscopy kit includes a sterile needle and 10ml of real Nepal spores in a syringe that is separately packed. A magnification of 1000x or more is recommended for Psilocybe cubensis spore investigation.
Most people are unaware that Nepal is also home to one of the best strains of Psilocybe cubensis in Nepal, especially in the Chitwan province, unless they are amateur microscopists. Nepal is well known for many things, including the majority of the world’s tallest mountains, beautiful, sprawling forests, and some of the most fertile land on the planet.
Pick up this book if you want to encounter something rare that only the most discerning microscopists have had the chance to study.
An Authentic Nepal Spore Strain, Delivered to Your Microscope Slide from Chitwan, Nepal
Imagine yourself in Nepal’s Chitwan province. The Mahabharat range and the Siwalik range are on either side of the valley where you may be standing, surrounded by mountains. Your nostrils are filled with the crisp, cool Himalayan air, and you can sense the presence of nature all around you.
Studying our Nepal spore strain is somewhat similar to that rich, earthy experience with a sense of adventure and exotic exploration of uncharted territory. The Nepal Spore Strain of Psilocybe Cubensis Makes an Interesting Appearance in the Wild Because of its Long History, it Offers a Chance for Historical Research
The mature Nepal strain develops an intriguing, almost alien appearance in the untamed areas of Chitwan. Its concave tops contain a very small amount of cinnamon. The organism’s remaining parts are all white. A powerful stem with a small, 20–70 millimeter cap on top resembles a flying saucer. Prints that are dark purple as a result of high spore production contrast well with the gills’ otherworldly white color.
The earliest stage of this fungi’s development is intriguing to observe under a microscope. Observers will undoubtedly notice how resilient the spores seem, similar to other subtropical climate spores as if the mountain air of their original home had equipped them to be resistant to contamination. Any specific spore strain’s history, location, and anthropological undertones can be understood to further your understanding of the subject.
Would you like to try something new without the difficulty of a more difficult strain?
Our Nepal spore strain is completely accessible for beginners looking for something new despite all of its distinctive qualities. Our spores are always alive, uncontaminated, and of the finest quality. Sales of the Nepal mushroom strain are prohibited in Georgia, California, and Idaho and are only for use in microscopy. In the USA, cultivation is prohibited